SALTO Systems Names Ron Shaffer as Business Lead for Education

SALTO Systems has named Ron Shaffer as the North America Vertical Business Leader-Education.

"From my first day in 2006 to now, SALTO continues to be a technology leader within the world of access control. I have held many positions during my time with SALTO and am still amazed with the depth of SALTO’s product line, attention to detail, and commitment to research and development. I’m excited to be part of the next phase as vertical business leader for K-12 and higher education," Shaffer said.

Steve Burk, North America director of marketing and vertical business at SALTO said access control for education not only makes students, staff, and campuses more secure, it will also drive operational efficiencies, not to mention that it can also be a very attractive draw for students and staff. 

“Ron’s technological knowledge of access control positions him well to be the customer’s trusted adviser and to develop solutions for them that deliver the value they expect. We look forward to great things from Ron as we expedite our growth in this important vertical,” Burk said.

Shaffer has previously served SALTO as a business development manager and solutions architect technology director. Prior to joining SALTO, Shaffer was a training and system implementation manager for Onity and a technical onsite trainer for TESA Entry Systems. He has earned Management Certification from Emory University; Network & Communications Management from Devry Institute of Technology; and A+ Computer Certification and Network+ Certification from New Horizons Computer Learning Centers.

Ron Shaffer can be reached at r.shaffer@saltosystems.com or (404) 862-8359. 

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